KWF is dedicated to maintaining the health of the watersheds on the Kenai Peninsula. KWF is recognized as the regional watershed organization of the Kenai Peninsula, successfully identifying and addressing the needs of the region by providing high quality EDUCATION, RESTORATION, and RESEARCH programs. KWF is a dynamic and maturing organization that is poised to serve the Kenai Peninsula well into the future.
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
A few of our recent successes made possible through generous gifts from people like you...
Fish Passage Successes—Culvert replacement is a cost effective means of fish habitat restoration in Alaska. A culvert can create a bottleneck or fish passage barrier and once remedied can reconnect otherwise unreachable pristine habitat. Since inception, KWF has completed over 60 culvert replacements.
Stream Watch Success—The volunteer river protection program experienced continued growth and success including additional funders and national recognition through the Great American Outdoors Initiative.
Spectacular Summer Camp—The Kenai Watershed Forum has set the bar high for summer camps with Wilderness Wildlife Wonder. Our day-camp for elementary age students continues to grow.
Organizational Excellence –With the retention of a highly professional and competent staff, an effectively organized board of directors and great summer interns, the Kenai Watershed Forum is poised to have continued success for our organization.
Kenai River Festival—KWF is proud to coordinate the River Festival each year to bring families and friends together to celebrate the river and its protection. Free environmental educational actives for kids is the highlight of the Festival which also offers "Alaska Made" vendors, food trucks, a run and live music.
Kenai Fish Habitat Partnership Coordination—KWF is coordinating the development of the Kenai Fish Habitat Partnership to bring together agencies and entities to raise awareness of fish initiatives, assign priorities, and generate congressional support to improve aquatic habitats.
Thank you for your support of Kenai Watershed Forum. Your support, whether through Pick.Click.Give., a financial contribution, volunteer effort or business donation, keep KWF completing peninsula-wide projects and facilitating educational events for the community. We hope to continue working together for healthy watersheds with you this year and beyond.